[Haskell-cafe] Re: [Haskell] ANNOUNCE: HStringTemplate -- An Elegant, Functional, Nifty Templating Engine for Haskell

Sterling Clover s.clover at gmail.com
Tue Jan 15 00:17:17 EST 2008

I'm absolutely planning to get it up there, but it needs a bit more  
work first. Just today, gwern sent a bunch of very nice patches that  
cleaned up some -Wall messages, and fixed a build issue with 6.8. And  
then, thanks to an email from Martin Lütke, I realized that I had  
foolishly not exported a function to query groups, because I was too  
worried about functions to compose them! So yeah, letting your baby  
out into the world is a bit scary, but everyone's been quite helpful  
and supportive so far, and hopefully I'll feel ready to get it on  
hackage in the next week or two.

(Of course, after that, I'm now puzzling over the best typesafe ways  
to represent html entity encoding and url escaping, planning to pull  
together some more documentation on all the loveliness of the  
stringtemplate grammar, there are more quickcheck properties to be  
written, you know.. the usual. :-) )


On Jan 14, 2008, at 3:09 AM, Don Stewart wrote:

> s.clover:
>> HStringTemplate is a port of Terrence Parr’s lovely StringTemplate
>> (http://www.stringtemplate.org) engine to Haskell.
>> It is available, cabalized, at:
>> darcs get http://code.haskell.org/HStringTemplate/
> Looks very useful!  Will this be on hackage.haskell.org soon?
> I can't wait to:
>     cabal install HStringTemplate
> :)
> -- Don

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